RACKMUX-DS17-N(T)-xDVIHD Installation and Operation Manual

RACKMUX-DS17-N(T)-xDVIHD Installation and Operation Manual
RACKMUX ® Series
RACKMUX-DS17-N-4/8/16DVIHD
DVI USB SUN KVM Drawer with USB KVM
Switch and DVI Video Support
Installation and Operation Manual
MAN082 Rev Date 8/29/2008
TRADEMARK
RACKMUX is a registered trademark of Network Technologies Inc in the U.S. and other countries.
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CHANGES
The material in this guide is for information only and is subject to change without notice. Network Technologies Inc reserves the
right to make changes in the product design without reservation and without notification to its users.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION............................................................................................................................................................. 1
Models Available....................................................................................................................................................... 1
Types of CPUs Supported ........................................................................................................................................ 1
Features.................................................................................................................................................................... 1
Option ....................................................................................................................................................................... 1
MATERIALS .................................................................................................................................................................... 2
FEATURES AND FUNCTIONS....................................................................................................................................... 3
INSTALLATION............................................................................................................................................................... 4
Rack Mounting Instructions ......................................................................................................................................... 4
Optional Telco 2-Post Mounting ............................................................................................................................... 4
Connect The Cables .................................................................................................................................................... 5
RS232 Connection.................................................................................................................................................... 6
Power-Up Sequence.................................................................................................................................................... 6
USING THE UNIMUX...................................................................................................................................................... 7
Front Panel Control...................................................................................................................................................... 7
Keyboard Control......................................................................................................................................................... 7
Command Mode .......................................................................................................................................................... 7
Scan Mode................................................................................................................................................................ 8
Broadcast Mode........................................................................................................................................................ 8
Normal Mode ............................................................................................................................................................ 8
No Sun Sleep Mode.................................................................................................................................................. 9
Select Country\Language Code................................................................................................................................ 9
RS232 CONTROL......................................................................................................................................................... 10
RS232 Connections and Configuration ..................................................................................................................... 10
Remote Connection ................................................................................................................................................ 10
Baud Rate ............................................................................................................................................................... 10
Unit Address and Loop Back .................................................................................................................................. 11
Command Protocol ................................................................................................................................................. 12
NTI Switch Control Program For Windows 9X, NT, 2000, XP, And Vista ................................................................. 14
SerTest- RS232 Interface Test Program ................................................................................................................... 14
Main Options........................................................................................................................................................... 14
DISPLAY FUNCTIONS ................................................................................................................................................. 16
Standard Controls...................................................................................................................................................... 16
OSD Control Menu .................................................................................................................................................... 17
OSD Main Menu ..................................................................................................................................................... 17
Brightness/Contrast Menu ...................................................................................................................................... 17
Setup Menu............................................................................................................................................................. 18
KEYBOARDS ................................................................................................................................................................ 19
Keyboard Configuration ............................................................................................................................................. 19
TROUBLESHOOTING .................................................................................................................................................. 20
RACKMUX SPECIFICATIONS ..................................................................................................................................... 21
General Specs ........................................................................................................................................................... 21
LCD – 17” .................................................................................................................................................................. 21
Display Controller: DVI .............................................................................................................................................. 21
OSD Control Board.................................................................................................................................................... 21
Keyboard.................................................................................................................................................................... 21
Trackball .................................................................................................................................................................... 22
Touchpad ................................................................................................................................................................... 22
INDEX............................................................................................................................................................................ 22
WARRANTY INFORMATION........................................................................................................................................ 22
TABLE OF FIGURES
Figure 1- Mount RACKMUX in rack ................................................................................................................................................... 4
Figure 2- Mount to Telco post with optional mounting brackets ......................................................................................................... 4
Figure 3- Connect each CPU............................................................................................................................................................. 5
Figure 4- Connect the power cord ..................................................................................................................................................... 5
Figure 5- Connect RS232 control terminal......................................................................................................................................... 6
Figure 6- CPU Select switches, status LEDs and Mode LEDs .......................................................................................................... 7
Figure 7- Country\Language Codes for international SUN keyboards ............................................................................................... 9
Figure 8- RS232 DIP switches......................................................................................................................................................... 10
Figure 9- RS232 connection with Matrix-Y-1 cable.......................................................................................................................... 11
Figure 10- Pinout of Matrix-Y-1 cable .............................................................................................................................................. 12
Figure 11- RS232 Communication Illustrated .................................................................................................................................. 12
Figure 12- OSD Controls ................................................................................................................................................................. 16
Figure 13- U.S. (English) SUN Keyboard with numeric keypad ....................................................................................................... 19
Figure 14- French SUN Keyboard with numeric keypad .................................................................................................................. 19
NTI RACKMUX KVM Drawer with UNIMUX Switch
INTRODUCTION
The RACKMUX-DS17-N(T)-xDVIHD is a KVM Drawer with USB KVM Switch (RACKMUX) that combines a rackmount 17” TFT/
LCD DVI monitor, SUN keyboard, trackball or touch pad mouse, and USB KVM switch (UNIMUX) in a space-saving 1RU industrial
strength drawer. The RACKMUX is equipped with a built-in switch function, which allows control of up to sixteen DVI -enabled
USB computers with a single SUN keyboard, trackball or touchpad and DVI monitor. When access to a server rack is needed, the
drawer can be pulled out and the display lifted up like a notebook computer, revealing the SUN keyboard and trackball or
touchpad. When the drawer is not in use, the display can be folded forward and down so the 1RU drawer can be pushed into the
cabinet easily and smoothly, helping to organize and streamline busy server rooms.
The onboard USB KVM switch allows access to any DVI-enabled Windows, MAC, or SUN USB CPUs from one DVI monitor, USB
keyboard and USB mouse (up to 16 CPUs). Internal microprocessor circuitry allows all USB CPUs to be booted simultaneously
without keyboard error. Port selection is accomplished through switches on the keyboard tray or keyboard commands.
Models Available
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RACKMUX-DS17-NT-4DVIHD - KVM Drawer with 17" TFT/LCD DVI monitor, trackball mouse and 4-port UNIMUX
RACKMUX-DS17-N-4DVIHD - KVM Drawer with 17" TFT/LCD DVI monitor, touchpad mouse and 4-port UNIMUX
RACKMUX-DS17-NT-8DVIHD - KVM Drawer with 17" TFT/LCD DVI monitor trackball mouse and 8-port UNIMUX
RACKMUX-DS17-N-8DVIHD - KVM Drawer with 17" TFT/LCD DVI monitor, touchpad mouse and 8-port UNIMUX
RACKMUX-DS17-NT-16DVIHD - KVM Drawer with 17" TFT/LCD DVI monitor, trackball mouse and 16-port UNIMUX
RACKMUX-DS17-N-16DVIHD - KVM Drawer with 17" TFT/LCD DVI monitor, touchpad mouse and 16-port UNIMUX
Types of CPUs Supported
Any DVI-enabled USB CPU supporting USB version 1.0 or above including:
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USB WINxx
USB MAC
USB SUN
Features
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Entire unit is only 1RU (1.75") high
High-quality metal construction (ideal for most industrial and commercial settings)
17" Rack Mount LCD Monitor features a wide viewing angle
1280x1024 resolution
A forward-folding 17” TFT LCD DVI monitor
Includes rack mount kit suitable for SUN and most EIA 19" racks
Fits varying rack depths from 22” to 39” deep via adjustable mounting brackets
DVI Video Compatible
Powered by 110 or 220VAC, 50 or 60Hz with country-specific line cord
Auto shut-OFF switch: Turns OFF the power to the monitor when the LCD is in a folded-closed position
Standard 3-button touchpad
Added security with a drawer lock to prevent unwanted access
Locking rails to prevent movement of the drawer when fully extended
Multi-language support including: US(English), UK(English), German, French, Italian, and Spanish
Option
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Rackmounting kit for two-post Telco rack - order RL-T15-TEL
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MATERIALS
Materials supplied with this kit:
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NTI RACKMUX-DS17-N(T)-xDVIHD KVM Drawer with USB KVM Switch (where x= 4,8 or 16)
Line cord, country specific
Set of keys for keylock
2 Rear Mounting Brackets w/ 4 nuts
8pcs #10-32x3/4” screws and cage nuts for mounting to a rack
CD with pdf of this manual
1- DB9 Female-to-RJ45 Female adapter
1- DB25 Female-to-RJ45 Female adapter
1- 5 foot RJ45-to-RJ45 CAT5 patch cable
Materials Not supplied but REQUIRED:
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USB-DHEXT-xx-MM cable for each CPU being connected to the switch- for DVI monitor, USB keyboard, and USB mouse
support- available in 3, 6,10, and 15 foot lengths
where:
xx is the length of the cable in feet
MM indicates male-to-male connector
Cables can be purchased from Network Technologies Inc by calling (800) 742-8324 (800-RGB-TECH) in the US and Canada or
(330) 562-7070 (worldwide).
DVI-D-Male
DVI-D-Male
Single Link
USB-DHEXT-xx-MM
HDMI Type A Male
(3,6,10 and 15 foot cables available)
USB Type A
Male
USBType A Male
2
HDMI Type A
Male
NTI RACKMUX KVM Drawer with UNIMUX Switch
Front View
RACKMUX-DS17-NT-8DVIHD
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2
11
3
4
5
6
15
14
1
A
7
8
Compose
9
10
13
12
17
1
2
16
3
4
5
6
7
Scan Broadcast Command
8
18
DDC
ON
1
VIDEO8
19 20
21
VIDEO7
VIDEO6
VIDEO5
22
VIDEO4
VIDEO3
VIDEO2
8
VIDEO1
23 24 Rear View
RACKMUX-DS17-NT-8DVIHD
FEATURES AND FUNCTIONS
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Power Button- press to turn the LCD monitor ON and OFF
Power LED- Indicates operation status
Green = Power-ON, Video Input Signal OK
Red = Suspend / Stand-by, or no Video Input Signal
Menu Button- press to turn ON the OSD menu
Up Arrow Button- press to move the cursor in the OSD menu up
Down Arrow Button- press to move the cursor in the OSD menu down
Select Button- press to select a menu item (when OSD menu is ON) or press to auto adjust the video quality (when OSD
menu is OFF)
NumLock LED- illuminates when the Num Lock is ON
CapsLock LED- illuminates when Caps Lock is ON
Scroll Lock LED- illuminates when the Scroll Lock keyboard feature is ON
Compose LED- illuminates when the Compose keyboard feature is ON
Keylock- to prevent unauthorized use of the RACKMUX
3-button Touch Pad or Trackball- for controlling mouse movements on the monitor and controlling the computer
Keyboard- for manual data entry and computer control
Auto Shut-OFF- switch automatically shuts OFF the LCD display when the monitor is folded down
LCD Display- for viewing the video signal from the connected CPU
CPU Select Switch- push to manually switch to a specific CPU or change the switch operating mode
CPU Status LED- for visual indication of connection between the user and a specific CPU
Mode Status LEDs- for visual indication of switch operating mode
IEC Connector w/Built-in 2A 240VAC Replaceable Fuse- for attachment of the AC power cord to power the RACKMUX
drawer
Power Switch- to power the RACKMUX ON/OFF
RS232- RJ45 connector- for attachment of an RS232 control cable
CPU x- HDMI Type A female connectors- for connecting USB-DHEXT-xx-MM cables from CPUs
RS232 DIP Switches- for controlling the baud rate of the RACKMUX for RS232 communication
DDC- recessed button used to reset DDC information between the RACKMUX and the connected CPU
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INSTALLATION
Rack Mounting Instructions
The RACKMUX was designed to be mounted in a rack and includes mounting flanges to make attachment easy.
1. Determine the mounting height in the rack for the drawer. It should be a height comfortable to use the keyboard and see the
LCD display. Mark holes in each of the 4 corner cabinet rails at points all level with each other.
2. Secure the rear brackets to the rear rack cabinet rails. Apply the top screws (supplied) for each bracket to the holes marked in
step 1.
3. Lift the keyboard into position and line the studs on the left and right sides up with the slotted openings in the rear bracket.
Apply the nuts (supplied) to the studs but do not tighten the nuts yet.
FYI: There are 4 mounting studs provided on each side of the RACKMUX. Depending on the depth of the rack and
distance apart of the cabinet rails, the position of the rear bracket may make all 4 studs available for use. In this case,
apply the 2 nuts to the studs furthest apart from each other on each side.
4. Slide the drawer in until the top holes in the front bracket flanges line up with the holes marked in step 1. Secure the front
brackets on the drawer to the front cabinet rails with two screws per bracket. Be sure to tighten the screws securely. Then
tighten the nuts applied in step 3.
5. Apply one more screw to each of the rear brackets to complete the installation.
Front Cabinet
Rear Cabinet
Rail
Stud on drawer
Front bracket
Rail
flange on drawer
Rear
bracket
overlapping
Drawer
drawer
(Rear edge
Rear bracket
of drawer)
flange
Secure bracket
to rail using two
screws and nuts
(supplied)
Apply nuts (supplied) to studs and
secure rear brackets to drawer.
Secure bracket
to rail using two
screws and nuts
(supplied)
Figure 1- Mount RACKMUX in rack
Optional Telco 2-Post Mounting
If the Telco 2-post mounting bracket kit (NTI# RL-T15-TEL) is to be used, secure the short and long brackets to each side of the
drawer as shown in Fig. 2. Apply 2 nuts (supplied) per bracket to secure the brackets to the drawer. Apply two #10-32x3/4”
screws (supplied) per bracket to the post at the desired height. Slots are provided in the brackets to make minor depth
adjustments easy. Be sure to properly tighten all nuts and screws before using the drawer.
Figure 2- Mount to Telco post with optional mounting brackets
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Connect The Cables
FYI: It is not necessary to turn the CPUs or monitors OFF during this installation.
1.
Connect each CPU to the UNIMUX switch using a USB-DHEXT-xx-MM (Required-not supplied) as shown in Fig. 3.
Rear View of UNIMUX in RACKMUX-DS17-NT-16DVHD
CPU 16
CPU 15
CPU 14
CPU 13
CPU 12
CPU 11
CPU 10
RS232
CPU 9
1
RS232
CPU 8
CPU 7
CPU 6
CPU 5
CPU 4
CPU 3
CPU 2
DDC
ON
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CPU 1
250V,2A
Rear View of Windows USB CPU
USB Type A Male
Input Device Port
HDMI Type A
Video Connector
USB Type A Female
Video Port
USB-DHEXT-xx-MM
(sold separately)
DVI Female
Video Connector
Mating Face of
DVI Male
Mating Face of
HDMI Type A Male
Figure 3- Connect each CPU
2. Connect the power cord to the IEC power connector.
Rear View of UNIMUX in RACKMUX-DS17-NT-16DVIHD
CPU 16
CPU 15
CPU 14
CPU 13
CPU 12
CPU 11
CPU 10
CPU 9
RS232
1
RS232
CPU 8
CPU 7
CPU 6
CPU 5
CPU 4
CPU 3
CPU 2
CPU 1
250V,2A
Power cord
with IEC connector
Figure 4- Connect the power cord
5
DDC
ON
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RS232 Connection
If RS232 control will be used, connect one end of the CAT5 patch cable (supplied) to the port labeled “RS232” on the rear of the
RACKMUX. Plug the other end of the CAT5 cable into either the RJ45-to-DB9 or RJ45-to-DB25 adapter supplied, and connect
the adapter to the RS232 port on the control terminal. Follow the instruction under “RS232 Control” on page 10 for configuration
and use of the RS232 control feature.
Rear View of UNIMUX in RACKMUX-DS17-NT-16DVIHD
CPU 16
CPU 15
CPU 14
CPU 13
CPU 12
CPU 11
CPU 10
CPU 9
RS232
1
RS232
CPU 8
CPU 7
CPU 6
CPU 5
CPU 4
CPU 3
CPU 2
DDC
ON
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CPU 1
250V,2A
RJ45-to-DB9 Adapter
(supplied)
Control Terminal
VGA
Multi-Scan
Monitor
or
CAT5 Patch Cable
(supplied)
RJ45-to-DB25 Adapter
(supplied)
Figure 5- Connect RS232 control terminal
Power-Up Sequence
1.
Using the key, unlock the drawer and slide the keyboard and LCD Display out far enough to raise the display to a comfortable
viewing angle.
2.
Power ON the RACKMUX with the power switch located on the rear of the drawer.
3.
Power ON the monitor with the power switch located on the monitor.
4.
Adjust the screen's brightness and contrast with the controls also located on the monitor– as needed.
5.
Power ON any attached CPUs.
FYI: The CPUs can be powered at any time, although if a CPU needs a keyboard and/or mouse at power-ON, it should be
powered after connecting to and powering-ON the RACKMUX.
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USING THE UNIMUX
Once the RACKMUX is properly connected, the UNIMUX switch will enable a connection to be made between the attached CPUs
and the monitor, keyboard, and mouse.
The UNIMUX can be controlled by three methods:
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front panel control using touch-switches and LEDs on the keyboard tray
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keyboard control through Command Mode
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RS232 control (see page 10)
Front Panel Control
There is a panel of numbered touch-switches and LEDs on the keyboard tray of the RACKMUX. There is one switch and
LED for each CPU the switch will connect the monitor and input devices to. Pressing any touch-switch will connect the
corresponding CPU to the monitor and input devices.
Holding down any touch-switch for more than 2 seconds will cause the UNIMUX to cycle through all modes of operation
including COMMAND, BROADCAST, SCAN, and NORMAL (described in "Command Mode" below). The three MODE LEDs on
the panel indicate which mode is selected. Release the touch-switch when the LEDs indicate the desired mode. When no mode
LEDs are illuminated the user is in Normal Mode controlling directly the CPU to which the user is connected through the UNIMUX.
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Scan Broadcast Command
Figure 6- CPU Select switches, status LEDs and Mode LEDs
Keyboard Control
Keyboard control of the UNIMUX switch is achieved using Command Mode - operated using the keyboard . By pressing
<Ctrl> + < ` > (accent/tilde key), the user can enter Command Mode. Once in Command Mode, typing a series of commands
will cause the UNIMUX switch to connect the user to any one CPU connected to the switch. Pressing the <Esc> key will exit
Command Mode. The following instruction describes how to use the menus to operate the UNIMUX switch.
Command Mode
In order to control the UNIMUX with the keyboard connected, Command Mode must be enabled. To enter Command Mode from
the keyboard:
(ACCENT/TILDE
~
Press
(simultaneously)
Ctrl
KEY)
+
`
When the COMMAND LED is illuminated, all 3 LEDs on the keyboard will illuminate (caps lock, scroll lock, and num lock) to
indicate that Command Mode is enabled and the following functions are available:
Basic Command Functions
Function:
Increment Port
Decrement Port
KEY SYMBOLS LEGEND:
or
Keystroke:
I or
or
(select the next
higher port
ex. 01 02)
D or
or
(select the next
lower port
ex. 02 01)
7
+
-
PRESS EITHER KEY
CHORDED SEQUENCE- PRESS CONSECUTIVELY
AND KEEP KEYS PRESSED UNTIL ALL ARE PRESSED.
PRESS CONSECUTIVELY
NTI RACKMUX KVM Drawer with UNIMUX Switch
Toggle Scan Mode
ON and OFF
S
Toggle Broadcast Mode
ON and OFF
B
(The SCAN Mode LED will
also toggle ON and OFF)
(The Broadcast Mode LED
will toggle ON and OFF.)
Sets scan time-out
period for each port.
T -
(0-2)
x
Selects a specific
port
P -
(0-9)
x
Configure port to connect
To a MAC CPU
M +
x
+
Configure port to connect
To a WINDOWS or SUN
CPU
W +
x
+
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-
(0-9)
x
-
(0-9)
x
x
x
(0-9)
x
(xxx from 002 to 255. ie. T002
would set the time-out period
for 2 seconds)
(Pxx would be P01, P02, etc.)
(xx= 01-8 <M> + <0> + <1> will enable function on Port 1
<M> + <0> + <4> will enable function on Port 4. Keyboard
LED's will flash once to confirm command. )
(xx= 01-8 <W> + <0> + <1> will disable function on Port 1
<W> + <0> + <4> will disable function on Port 4. Keyboard
LED's will flash once to confirm command. )
FYI: The user must exit Command Mode to type to a CPU.
Exit Command Mode
Esc
To exit Command Mode, either hold down any touch-switch on the
front panel for more than 2 seconds, OR press <ESC> on the
keyboard.
Scan Mode
To activate Scan Mode press <S> while in Command Mode menu. When in Scan Mode the switch scans to each port with a CPU
powered-ON. (The SCAN LED on the front panel will illuminate and remain ON while in Scan Mode. ) The port with the CPU
powered-ON remains active while in use until it becomes idle for the configured dwell time (default time-out period is 5 seconds)
before switching to the next powered-ON CPU port. See Command Mode section above for configuring the scan dwell time.
Note: The keyboard and mouse must remain idle for the full scan dwell time before the switch selects the next active
port.
To begin scanning, press <Esc> to exit Command Mode.
To deactivate Scan Mode press <S> again while in Command Mode.
Broadcast Mode
To activate Broadcast Mode press <B> while in Command Mode. Broadcast Mode enables the user to type characters to all
powered-ON CPUs simultaneously.
Note: The user must type somewhat slowly (less than 20 wpm) when in Broadcast Mode and cannot use the
<Backspace> key.
To begin broadcasting, press <Esc> to exit Command Mode.
To deactivate Broadcast Mode press <B> again while in Command Mode.
Normal Mode
When the Broadcast, Scan, and Command LEDs are all OFF the user is in Normal Mode, controlling the CPU to which the user is
connected through the UNIMUX.
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No Sun Sleep Mode
Note: It is necessary to configure a Sun CPU (most versions) such that the Sleep Mode is not enabled. If the Sun CPU
goes into Sleep Mode either automatically or manually, the user must reboot the Sun CPU in order to resume use of the
Sun CPU.
To disable the Sleep Mode, perform the following steps:
1. Select "Power Manager"
2. Look for "Device Idle Time Before Power Saving Starts"
3. Select "Always ON"
4. Look for "Override Device Idle Time For:"
5. Make sure neither "Monitors" nor "Disks" are selected.
Select Country\Language Code
It is possible to configure the UNIMUX to emulate a specific international Sun keyboard regardless of what actual keyboard is
connected. This is recommended when the CPU needs the layout code (i.e. a SUN CPU) and the keyboard doesn't have an
explicit layout code (i.e. some Windows keyboards). To do this, manually set the UNIMUX to indicate the international keyboard
identification number to the CPU using the following procedure;
1. Enter Command Mode
2. Type Lxx, where xx is the number from the list below that corresponds to the desired country code
3. Exit Command Mode
Note: If any SUN CPUs are connected to the UNIMUX, they must be rebooted. Keyboard configuration is only read by
SUN CPUs on startup.
Country\Language Codes
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
Auto Detect
Arabic
Belgian
CanadianBilingual
Canadian-French
Czech Republic
Danish
Finnish
French
German
Greek
Hebrew
Hungary
13
14
15
16
International (ISO)
Italian
Japan (Katakana)
Korean
26
27
28
29
Swedish
Swiss/French
Swiss/German
Switzerland
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
Latin American
Netherlands/Dutch
Norwegian
Persian (Farsi)
Poland
Portuguese
Russia
Slovakia
Spanish
30
31
32
33
34
Taiwan
Turkish
UK
US
Yugoslavia
Figure 7- Country\Language Codes for international SUN keyboards
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RS232 CONTROL
RS232 enables the UNIMUX to be remotely controlled via RS232. To control the UNIMUX via RS232 the user has three options:
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write a program that runs on a PC using the Command Protocol (page 12)
use the NTI Switch Control Program (page 14) provided on the CD
use the SerTest program (page 14) provided on the CD
RS232 Connections and Configuration
Remote Connection
The RS232 Interface is designed to meet the RS232C standard and can be controlled from any CPU or other controller with an
RS232 communications port. The pin-out for the RJ45 connector on the unit is as follows:
RS232 (RJ45) CONNECTOR
PIN
SIGNAL
FUNCTION
1
-
No connection
2
-
No connection
3
RX+
Receive data (TXD at host)
4
GND
Ground
5
-
No connection
6
TX+
Transmit data (RXD at host)
7
-
No connection
8
-
No connection
A 5 foot patch cable and two adapters, RJ45-to-DB9 and RJ45-to-DB25, have been provided for connection to most CPUs (see
page 6).
Baud Rate
The baud rate can be changed by powering down the unit, changing the 8-position RS232 DIP switch on the rear of the UNIMUX,
and then powering back up. This table shows how to set the baud rate. (Fig. 8 shows switches in their factory-default position.)
DIP
SWITCH
3
2
OFF OFF
OFF ON
ON
OFF
ON
ON
RS232
BAUD RATE
ON
2400
9600 (default)
19200
38400
1
Figure 8- RS232 DIP switches
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Unit Address and Loop Back
To allow multiple units to be controlled from a single CPU serial port, the RS232 control interface is designed to allow "daisy
chaining" up to 7 units. By setting the appropriate RS232 DIP switches, each unit can be given a unique address (1-7). Then the
unit will only respond to commands on the bus if its address is embedded in the command. Use the following table to set the unit
address.
DIP SWITCH
UNIT ADDRESS
8
7
6
5
OFF
OFF OFF
OFF
0 (not valid)
OFF
OFF OFF
ON
1 (default)
OFF
OFF ON
OFF
2
OFF
OFF ON
ON
3
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
4
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
5
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
6
OFF
ON
ON
ON
7
Note: Pin 4 on the RS232 DIP switch is not used.
Note: The "loop back" RS232 DIP switch (RS232 DIP
switch 1) should be ON for each unit in the chain.
In order to connect multiple switches (up to 7) with RS232 connections to the same CPU, an NTI Matrix-Y-1 cable must be used.
Connect the Matrix-Y-1 cable (sold separately) between the RJ45-to-DB9 serial adapter (supplied) and the CPU as shown in
Fig. 9.
CPU
RS232
Serial Port
Matrix-Y-1
Matrix-Y-1
RJ45
TO DB9
SERIAL
ADAPTER
RJ45
TO DB9
SERIAL
ADAPTER
CAT5 CABLE
Matrix-Y-1
Note: The maximum combined
RS232 cable length between the
CPU and any NTI switch cannot
exceed 15 feet.
RJ45
TO DB9
SERIAL
ADAPTER
CAT5 CABLE
CAT5 CABLE
RS232
RS232
RS232
NTI
SWITCH
NTI
SWITCH
NTI
SWITCH
First Unit
Second Unit
Last Unit
Figure 9- RS232 connection with Matrix-Y-1 cable
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Wiring Schematic of Matrix-Y-1 cable
9D Male
(Unit #1)
9D Female
(Source)
9D Male
(Unit #2)
2
3
3
3
5
5
5
2
2
7
8
1
4
6
Not connected to
source connector
Jumper
Jumpers
Figure 10- Pinout of Matrix-Y-1 cable
Command Protocol
RS232 commands supported by the unit are defined below. All command strings should be terminated with a <CR> (carriage
return). When a command is sent, the entire string is echoed back along with a response from the addressed unit as shown in the
command definitions. All characters in the command string should be upper case, and all numbers below 10 should have a
leading 0 (ex: 1 = 01). As command strings are sent, the inner character delay cannot exceed 500 milliseconds.
CPU
SWITCH AT UNIT ADDRESS 01
(COMMAND SENT)
CS 01,01,03<CR>
RS232
(COMMAND RECEIVED)
CS 01,01,03<CR>
(ECHO)
CS 01,01,03<CR>
(RESPONSE RECEIVED)
CS 01,01,03<CR>
RS232
(RESPOND)
* <CR>
* <CR>
Figure 11- RS232 Communication Illustrated
Note: To use this command protocol, the user is required to write a program that will send an entire command string all
at once, not character by character. Programs that send one character at a time (such as HyperTerminal) cannot be used
to control the UNIMUX. Alternatively, the user may use the NTI Switch Control Program or SerTest to control the
UNIMUX via RS232 (see page 14).
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Legend:
SW
OP
BR
IP
<CR>
(All numbers must be two digits)
:
:
:
:
:
Switch (01-7) (Unit Address)
Output (User) Port (01)
Baud Rate (12 =1200, 24=2400, 48=4800, 96=9600 baud)
Input (CPU) Port (01-MAXINPUTS)
Carriage Return (Hex 0xD)
Note: For units with one output (user) port, use 01 for the output selection.
Command Definitions
Command String
Good Response
CS SW,IP,OP
*<CR>
RO SW,OP
*<CR>IP<CR>
CB 00,BR
None
RS SW
RU SW
SS SW,00
SS SW,01
GO SW,OP
*<CR>
*<CR>IP,OP<CR>
*<CR>
*<CR>
*<CR>go SW,OP:IP<CR>
GM SW,00
*<CR>go OP,IP (all ports)<CR>
Description
Connect Output (User) Port To specific Input (CPU) Port
Read Connection For Output (User) Port to Input (CPU) Port
Change Baud Rate For All Switches (BR=12 (1200), 24 (2400),
48 (4800), 96 (9600) baud)- see “Note” below
Internal Reset
Read Unit Size
Disable Autostatus feature (see below)
Enable Autostatus feature (see below)
Read connection of a Output (User) Port to Input (CPU) Port
(different response format than RO command)
Read connection matrix of all Output (User) ports
If the first field is not a known command (as listed above) or SW field is different from the unit address programmed at the DIP
switch (page 11), the command will be ignored. If the SW field corresponds to the unit address, but if the syntax is wrong after
this field, the switch will answer with a bad response ?<CR>.
Syntax example:
CS 01,05,01<CR> (insert the space and commas as shown)
which means “At the switch with unit address 01, connect CPU port 05 to user port 01”
The switch will answer with:
∗<CR>
The HEX code representation of example above is:
Byte 1
Byte 2
Byte 3
‘C’
(0x43)
‘S’
(0x53)
Space
(0x20)
Byte 4
Byte 5
Byte 6
Byte 11
Byte 12
Input –1st digit
(0x30)
Input –2nd digit
(0x31)
<CR>
(0x0D)
‘∗’
(0x2A)
<CR>
(0x0D)
Byte 9
‘,’
(0x2C)
Note: a change in the baud rate using
RS232 will only be effective until the
UNIMUX is power- cycled. The DIP
switch positions (page 10) will
determine the set baud rate each
time the UNIMUX is powered ON.
Response:
Byte 2
Byte 8
Switch – 1st digit Switch – 2nd digit
Output – 1st digit Output – 2nd digit
‘,’
(0x31)
(0x2C)
(0x35)
(0x30)
(0x30)
Byte 10
Byte 1
Byte 7
Autostatus
When Autostatus is enabled, any output (user) -to-input (CPU) connection change in the UNIMUX will cause an Autostatus
message to be sent via RS232 to the administrator. The format of the message would be "pc SW,OP:IP<CR>"
Example of an Autostatus message:
pc 01,01:04<CR>
which means "At the switch with unit address 01, the output (User) (01) has changed connection to input (CPU) port 04."
Note: An Autostatus message to the administrator will be delayed by any RS232 traffic being received by the switch
from the administrator.
By default, Autostatus is disabled and must be manually enabled.
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NTI Switch Control Program For Windows 9X, NT, 2000, XP, And Vista
The NTI Switch Control Program is an easy and powerful graphical program that controls NTI switches through an RS232
interface. The NTI Switch Control Program is included on the CD packaged with the UNIMUX. The NTI Switch Control
Program is downloaded by clicking on the link "Download NTI Switch Control Program".
To install the NTI Switch Control Program after downloading
1.
2.
Locate the Setup.exe in the directory the program was downloaded to and double-click on it
Follow the instructions on the screen
Note: In order to use the NTI Switch Control Program to control the UNIMUX, the UNIMUX RS232 port must be set at a
baud rate of 9600 bps (see page 10).
The NTI Switch Control Program performs best on monitors set to a screen resolution of at least 800 X 600. Instruction for using
the NTI Switch Control Program is available by opening "MSCP Help" in the "NTI" program group once the program has been
installed and is open on the screen.
To open "MSCP Help" from the Windows desktop
1.
2.
3.
4.
Click on START
Click on PROGRAMS
Click on NTI
Click on MSCP Help
SerTest- RS232 Interface Test Program
This software allows a user to test the functions of an NTI server switch, matrix switch or Multi-user/Multi-platform/Single-user
switch RS232 interface. The SerTest program is automatically loaded when installing the NTI Switch Control Program as
described above. The SerTest program, located in the NTI program group, generates a main menu with the 4 selections
described below:
Main Options
•
•
•
•
Switch Operations
Ethernet Operations
Setup Options
About SerTest
- send commands to the unit.
- set Ethernet connection variables (not applicable to this model)
- set COM port, baud rate, and unit address
- display the program version
If Matrix Operations is selected, the following menu is displayed:
SWITCH OPERATIONS
1)
Reset Unit
- send a reset command to the switch
- the current unit address is displayed in parentheses
2)
Reset All Units
- send an internal reset command to all switches
3)
Connect Output/User to an Input/CPU
- connect an output to an input
4)
Connect All Outputs/Users to an Input/CPU (not applicable to this model)
- connect all outputs to an input
5)
Connect Audio Output/User to an Input/CPU (not applicable to this model)
- connect an output to an input
6)
Connect All Audio Outputs/Users to an Input/CPU (not applicable to this model)
- connect all outputs to an input
7)
Change Mute Status for Audio Output/User (not applicable to this model)
- mute or un-mute the Audio port output
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8)
Change Volume for Audio Output/User (not applicable to this model)
- change Audio port output volume
9)
Read Connection for Output/User
- read what input is connected to the specified output
a)
Read Connection for Audio Output/User (not applicable to this model)
- read what input is connected to the specified output
b)
Read Mute Status and Volume for Audio Output/User (not applicable to this model)
- read the volume and the mute status of the specified output
c)
Read Unit Size
- read the switch size (number of inputs and outputs)
d)
Read Unit Version/Revision String (not supported by this model)
- read a string containing the switch version, type, and size
e)
Save I/O Connections into Unit Memory (not applicable to this model)
- save the connections into switch memory bank
f)
Restore I/O Connections from Unit Memory (not applicable to this model)
- restore the connections from switch memory bank
g)
Save All Units I/O Connections into Units Memory (not applicable to this model)
- save the connections into switch memory bank, command for all switches
h)
Restore All Units I/O Connections from Units Memory (not applicable to this model)
- restore the connections from switch memory bank, command for all switches
i)
Change All Units Baud Rate (9600/COM1)
- change RS-232 Baud rate of all switches
- the current baud rate and serial port are displayed in parentheses
Note: a change in the baud rate using SERTEST will only be effective until the UNIMUX is power- cycled. The DIP switch
positions (page 10) will determine the set baud rate each time the UNIMUX is powered ON.
ETHERNET OPERATIONS (not applicable to this model)
SETUP OPTIONS
1)
select Com port current: (COM1:)
- select PC serial port
- the current PC serial port is displayed in parentheses
2)
select Baud rate current: (9600)
- select PC serial port baud rate
- the current baud rate is displayed in parentheses
3)
set unit Address current: (1)
- select the unit address of the switch to be connected to by this program
- the current address is displayed in parentheses
For any selection that requires user input, the user is prompted. When commands are sent to the UNIMUX, the command string
and UNIMUX responses are echoed to the screen. All commands generated by the program are formatted according to the
information provided in sections above. If any transmission problems are detected, an error message is displayed.
Press <Esc> or <Enter> to back out to the main menu and press again to exit.
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DISPLAY FUNCTIONS
An NTI RACKMUX with a 17” monitor supports resolutions up to SXGA (1280x1024) with a refresh rate at between 55 and 76Hz.
The quality of the image on the LCD monitor is adjustable using an On Screen Display (OSD) menu using the control buttons on
the RACKMUX.
Standard Controls
The RACKMUX has 5 standard control buttons and a power LED. The 5 standard control buttons operate as follows:
•
The Power button turns the RACKMUX LCD and backlight ON and OFF as desired.
•
The Power LED located immediately below the Power button is a dual color
LED. It will illuminate with a green color when the RACKMUX is powered
ON and working properly. It will illuminate with a red color if the RACKMUX
is powered ON but there is no input signal detected.
•
The Menu button is used to bring up the OSD menu where the various
settings of the LCD display can be adjusted. Once the OSD screen is
displayed, the Menu button is used to make selections within the menus.
See "OSD Control Menu" (below) for more on LCD display settings.
•
The Up and Down Arrow buttons are used to navigate through the menus.
Move the cursor up or down as desired to highlight an item for selection.
Once an item is highlighted, pressing the Menu button will select it.
Power
ON/OFF
Power LED
Menu
Up Arrow
Down Arrow
Controls for the
OSD Menus
Select/
Auto Adjust
Figure 12- OSD Controls
Note: When the OSD Menu is OFF, the Up Arrow is used to toggle
between a “PC” (VGA) and “Digital” (DVI) input source.
•
The Select button is used to make selections within the OSD menus when the OSD menu is ON. When the OSD menu is
OFF, the Select button will act as an Auto Adjust button to keep the user from having to use the menus to adjust the quality
of the image on the monitor.
Note: In order to display the OSD Menu, the RACKMUX must first be connected to a video source (see “Connect the
Cables” – page 5).
Note: If the message “NO SIGNAL” appears when the monitor is powered-ON, the monitor may be set for a “PC” (VGA)
input source. Press the Up Arrow button on the monitor to toggle the monitor input source setting to “Digital” (DVI).
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OSD Control Menu
The OSD (On Screen Display) Menu enables the user to select the desired characteristics of the LCD display. To activate the
OSD Menu, press the Menu button (above). To turn the Menu back OFF, either select "EXIT" from the main menu or just wait
10-60 seconds and it will automatically be cleared from the screen. Any changes made before exiting the menu will be saved.
OSD Main Menu
Note: In order to display the OSD Menu, the RACKMUX must first be connected to a video source (see “Connect to a
CPU” – page 5).
Note: If menu does not appear when the Menu button is pressed, the monitor may be set for a “PC” (VGA) input source.
Press the Up Arrow button on the monitor to switch it to a “Digital” (DVI) input source.
Selection
Brightness/Contrast
Setup
Exit
Purpose
Increase/decrease panel brightness/contrast level
•
Control OSD Image position on screen
•
Set time OSD will stay on screen before auto shutoff
•
Select the language of the OSD menu
•
Select Input Source to display
Exit from the OSD control menu
Range
1-100
• 0-4
• 10 to 60 seconds
• English, Spanish, German, Italian, or French
• Digital or PC (must be set to Digital)
Brightness/Contrast Menu
Selecting the Brightness/Contrast menu will bring up a screen in which the user can adjust the brightness and contrast levels of
the LCD display. Using the Up or Down arrows to navigate the menu, highlight either the BRIGHTNESS or CONTRAST sections
and press the Select button to choose the option to adjust. Then use the Up or Down Arrow to adjust the setting.
Select EXIT when finished to return to the Main Menu.
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Setup Menu
Selecting the Setup menu will bring up a screen in which the user can adjust
ƒ
OSD POSITION-the position of the OSD menus on the LCD display (positions 0-4)
ƒ
OSD TIME-the length of time the user can be idle before the OSD menu automatically exits (adjustable from 10
to 60 seconds)
ƒ
LANGUAGE-the language that the OSD menus will be presented in
ƒ
INPUT SOURCE- the type of signal that is coming from the CPU, either Digital (DVI) or PC (VGA)
NOTE: As used on this RACKMUX, the INPUT SOURCE must be set to “Digital”.
With the item highlighted, (use the Up or Down arrow to move between them), press the Select button to choose the option to
adjust. Then use the Up or Down Arrow to adjust the setting as needed. Select EXIT when finished to return to the Main
Menu.
OSD Image can be moved
to different points on the
display
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KEYBOARDS
The keyboard on the RACKMUX is a standard Windows SUN keyboard with 17-key numeric keypad.
Note: The “Fn” key is not an active key on this keyboard.
Stop
Help
F1
Esc
~
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Again
F2
Front
F4
F5
F3
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2
1
Open
F6
F7
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Tab
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BackSpace
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P
Pause
Break
Delete
Home
Num
7
Page
\
/
Up
-
*
Lock
8
9
Pg Up
Home
+
A
Caps Lock
S
Z
Shift
Fn
D
Ctrl
F
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C
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V
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Alt
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4
5
1
2
6
Down
End
Shift
Insert
3
Pg Dn
End
0
.
Ins
Del
Enter
Figure 13- U.S. (English) SUN Keyboard with numeric keypad
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F1
Props
F3
F4
F2
1
2
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Figure 14- French SUN Keyboard with numeric keypad
Keyboard Configuration
The keyboard configuration of each CPU is saved in the UNIMUX switch. For example, if the CPU attached to Port 2 had CAPS
LOCK and NUM LOCK selected the last time that CPU was accessed, then they will automatically be set when that CPU is
accessed again.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM:
SOLUTION:
Keyboard Errors
Check cable connections on each CPU and the switch.
PROBLEM:
SOLUTION:
No Video
Check cable connections on each CPU and the switch. Verify that keyboard and video connect from each CPU
to matching ports. After reconnecting, CPU may need to be re-booted in order to sense the monitor connection.
PROBLEM:
SOLUTION:
Keyboard/ Mouse does not work
UNIMUX may be in Command mode (NumLock, ScrollLock, and CapsLock LEDs are illuminated).
Only
Command mode commands will be recognized while in Command mode. Press <Esc> to exit Command
mode.
PROBLEM:
SOLUTION:
Scan or Broadcast does not work
After enabling the Scan or Broadcast mode, the user must exit Command mode for Scanning or Broadcasting to
begin.
PROBLEM:
SOLUTION:
In Broadcast mode, the response is quite slow or some data gets lost
In Broadcast mode the data can only be entered at a rate of less than 20wpm. Try slowing down the typing rate.
PROBLEM:
SOLUTION:
No Video on RACKMUX LCD monitor
Make sure LCD monitor is in Digital mode, not PC mode. Adjust accordingly the OSD setting on LCD monitor
(See Setup Menu- page 18)
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RACKMUX SPECIFICATIONS
General Specs
Case Material.................................................Electro-galvanized steel black powdercoated
Dimensions WxDxH (in.)...............................19x21.9x1.75
Supported Rack Depths………………………..Adjustable 22” -39”
Input Power....................................................AC 110 or 220V, 50 or 60 Hz
Operating Temperature..................................0-40˚C
Storage Temperature…………………………..-20-60˚C
Relative Humidity………………………………. 20-90%, non-condensing
Approvals.......................................................All parts comply with RoHS
LCD – 17”
Display area…………………………………….337.92mm (W)x270.336 (H) (17 inch diagonal)
Panel Type………………………………………TFT Active
Number of Pixels ...........................................1280 (H)x1024 (V)
Number of Colors...........................................16.2 Million (6 bits + FRC)
Pixel Pitch ......................................................0.264(H)x0.264(V)
Color Pixel Arrangement.................................RGB Vertical Stripe
2
Brightness......................................................300cd/m (Nits)
Response Time..............................................5.5ms
Viewing Angle ................................................Horizontal: 140º; Vertical: 130º (Typ.)
Optimum Viewing Direction............................6 o’clock
Backlight Unit……………………………………CCFL, 4 Tables, Edge-Light (2 Top/2 Bottom)
Operating Lamp Life ......................................40,000-50,000 hrs
Contrast Ratio…………………………………..500:1
Display Controller: DVI
Connector………………………………………DVI-D, female
Video Format .................................................VGA,SVGA, XGA, SXGA
Signal Input (from Video Source)…………….Digital TMDS
Sync Range ...................................................H: 31 ~ 80KHz, V: 55 ~ 76Hz
OSD Control…………………………………….Menu, Up, Down, Select, Power (5 keys)
Plug and Play.................................................VESA DDC 2B Ver1.3
OSD Control Board
OSD Control ..................................................5 Keys
Power Key .....................................................Power ON/OFF
Menu Key.......................................................Activates Menu
Up, Down Keys ..............................................Navigation Control
Select Key......................................................Select (when in Menu); Auto Adjust (not in menu)
LED................................................................Indicates Operation Status
...............................................................Green = Power-ON, Video Input OK
...............................................................Red = Suspend / Stand-by, or Input Out of Range
Keyboard
No. Of Keys ...................................................83 Keys (US), 84 keys (UK,German, French, Italian, Spanish)+ 14 Sun keys
Key Switch Type ............................................Membrane switch
Keytop Style...................................................Rectangular Cylindrical
Operating Force .............................................50gf +/- 25gf
Stroke ............................................................3.0mm +/-0.5mm
Tactile ............................................................20 gf typ.
Height ............................................................8.5 mm
Operating Life ................................................10M operations, minimum
Interface ........................................................Row and column matrix
Key Switch Bounce ........................................10 ms, maximum
Supported Platforms ......................................USB
CPU Connectors............................................USB Type B
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Trackball
Casing Material..............................................ABS
Ball Material ...................................................Phenolic (metal core)
Ball Color .......................................................Black
Ball Diameter .................................................16mm
Tracking Force...............................................10 grams nominal
Resolution......................................................117 pulse per ball revolution
Mounting Angle..............................................Max. 30’ to horizontal plane
Lifetime-Ball Revolutions ...............................>= 1 million
Mechanical Buttons .......................................3 Mechanical switches are supported
Touchpad
Motion Detection Method ...............................Capacitance sensing
X/Y Position Sensing Resolution ...................40 counts/mm
X/Y Position Reporting...................................Relative (Similar to mouse)
Tracking Speed..............................................Up to 1016 mm/sec
Touch Force...................................................No Contact pressure required
Lifetime (Plastic Overlay) ...............................Minimum 10,000,000 strokes
Sample Rate ..................................................Up to 100 samples/sec
INDEX
Matrix-Y-1 cable, 11
OSD Controls, 16
OSD Menu-DVI, 17
power-up sequence, 6
Rack mounting, 4
RS232 commands, 12
RS232 Control, 10
RS232 pinout, 10
Scan mode, 8
SerTest, 14
Sun sleep mode, 9
Switch Control Program, 13
Telco mount, 4
addressing, 11
Autostatus, 13
baud rate, 10
Broadcast mode, 8
Command mode, 7
connect the cables, 5
country codes, 9
daisy-chaining, 11
Display functions, 16
Fn key, 19
front panel control, 7
keyboard control, 7
Keyboard LEDs, 19
LEDs, 19
WARRANTY INFORMATION
The warranty period on this product (parts and labor) is two (2) years from the date of purchase. Please contact Network
Technologies Inc at (800) 742-8324 (800-RGB-TECH) or (330) 562-7070 or visit our website at
http://www.networktechinc.com/return-policy.html for information regarding repairs and/or returns. A return authorization number
is required for all repairs/returns.
MAN082
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Rev 8/29/08
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